Osteria Via Stato

  4.4 – 930 reviews  $$ • Italian restaurant

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Osteria Via Stato is an authentic Italian restaurant in the heart of Chicago, focused local and seasonal ingredients and warm hospitality. Born from a trip through Italy by Lettuce EntertainYou Founder Rich Melman and Chef David DiGregorio, the warmth of our rustic stone walls, glowing candlelight and delicious cuisine—featuring artisanal antipasti, handmade pastas, mouthwatering entrees and simple desserts—will transport you from our bustling neighborhood to a tavern in the Italian countryside. Join us on our Italian restaurant patio for al fresco dining in the summer, overlooking one of the liveliest corners in Chicago.

Classic Italian dining in archway-enhanced environs with adjacent pizzeria offering thin-crust pies.

Service Options:  Dine-in · Curbside pickup · No-contact delivery

Health and Safety:  Mask required · Temperature check required · Staff wear masks · Staff get temperature checks · Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits · 



Address and Contact Information

Address: 620 N State St, Chicago, IL 60654
Phone: (312) 642-8450
Website: http://www.osteriaviastato.com/


Menu Link: osteriaviastato.com

Order and Reservations

Reservations: opentable.com exploretock.com

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Review Summary

Raymond L
Family style italian restaurant with good simple food and casual service.
Shauna Santare
Weekday happy hour from 5-6p= half price pizza and glasses of wine!!
Kunal Rode
A very good Italian place, their flat bread pizzas are very flavorful and crisp.
siewyin Yinng
Great outdoor and indoor dining. Both atmosphere was fun and appealing. It was a bit chilly this evening, so we chose indoor dining.Dishes were good, but a bit salty. Without the need for us to say anything, out waiter noticed we were chatting about something. He came by to inquire and immediately offered to bring a new dish. When the new dish was made, the chef brought it out and apologized. This was unexpected.The calamari dish is small because there’s a slice of toasted bread beneath the calamari. The dish was good.Metered street parking. Easy to find. If you arrive a little before 6:30pm. and park at a metered spot to await a few minutes, it becomes free parking at 6:30pm.After dinner, a must! A short walk to Firecakes for ice cream desserts. Yummy!!!
Angela Peng
Came here on a Tuesday night w a reservation. Got seated and waited 15 min for someone to bring us water and we told the guy that we were ready to order, but he told us that the waitress will come help us he doesn’t take orders. So we waited another 15 min and no one came to take our order, so we ended up walking up to the host and asked. Apparently there’s a miscommunication that’s why we waited 30 min and no one came to serve us, and the restaurant was almost empty bc it’s was close to closing.Food was good, we got sausage pizza, pasta w meatballs and calamari. I would definitely recommend the pizza, but personally I won’t come back again because of this terrible experience.
Eric Gallegos
This will be quick. I make it a point not to eat at restaurants in a hotel where I’m staying. By and large they’re not great. This place is now an exception. I was hungry and being lazy so I took a shot. Very happy I did!!Charred pepperoni pizza is the bomb and the cream tomato sauce on their penne pasta is so good!
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